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UFC 260 Payouts and Salary: How Much Did Francis Ngannou, Stipe Miocic and Sean O’Malley Make at the PPV

UFC 260 delivered what it promised as the “Biggest Baddest Rematch” saw Francis Ngannou execute one of the most vicious knockouts in the history of UFC as the Predator became the new heavyweight champion with a stoppage win over Stipe Miocic in the main event.

Ngannou became only the third fighter in the history of UFC to hand a loss to Stipe Miocic, as he added another knockout to his highlight reel, winning the bout via stoppage in the second round to grab the heavyweight gold.

Also Read: Dana White Hints at Releasing Tyron Woodley From UFC After Loss to Vicente Luque

Vicente Luque also added Woodley’s name to his resume, as he secured a submission win over Woodley, becoming the first fighter to submit the former welterweight champion. Meanwhile, Sean O’Malley answered his critics in a fashion that will leave no doubts in the minds of his haters going forward. O’Malley stopped Thomas Almeida in the third round to jump back to the winning column.

Also Read: “I love Stipe”- Dana White Calls Stipe Miocic The Heavyweight GOAT Despite the loss to Francis Ngannou

However, the question that every fan must be thinking about is – how much did each fighter get paid to walk inside the Octagon at UFC 260. While we don’t have the complete list since the promotion and the commission doesn’t release the official fighter-payout, we tried to come to a reasonable conclusion on how much each fighter earned at UFC 260 by taking into account their last pay-out.

How much did Stipe Miocic earn at UFC 260?

Miocic earned in the range of 750,000 as his fight purse alone in his last appearance inside the Octagon against Daniel Cormier in the main event of UFC 252. If we add the sponsorship money with his last-payout, Miocic must have earned close to $800,000 for his performance against Francis Ngannou at UFC 260.

How much did Francis Ngannou in the Miocic rematch?

Francis Ngannou pocketed around $260,000 for the last performance that saw him get a vicious KO win over Jairzinho Rozenstruik at UFC 249. Needless to say, Ngannou should have pocketed in the range of $350,000 to $500,000 for the title fight against Stipe Miocic at UFC 252. Additionally, Ngannou will pocket $30,000 as part of sponsorship money, and $40,000 as a fight-week incentive.

UFC 260 Fighter Salaries

The list is not official.

Stipe Miocic: $750,000

Francis Ngannou: $500,000

Sean O’Malley: $100,000

Tyron Woodley: $350,000

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